Design without boundaries: visual communication in transition
Rick Poynor chronicles the issues and individuals that made graphic communication such an exciting cultural activity in the past decades. He tracks a lineage that runs from Stewart Mackinnon at Oz and Nova to Neville Brody's innovations of the 1980s and Dirk van Dooren's work at Tomato, and interviews other leading designers.
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INTRODUCTION 3 BRITISH GRAPHIC DESIGN
REDEFINITIONS 93 A Point of View
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